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Razer Blade Pro (2016)

$3,700, £3399, or roughly AU$4,850 for a laptop? That's what you'll pay for the Razer Blade Pro, a 17.3-inch machine that crams serious components (including GeForce GTX 1080 graphics) into a 0.88-inch thick black aluminum shell.

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Other than that GPU, the 17.3-inch screen is the star of the show: a 4K-resolution touchscreen with Nvidia G-Sync that displays 100 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut. Useful for editing photos and video.

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The keyboard is pretty colorful too, with each key in any shade you want -- and it's the first Razer laptop with a mechanical keyboard. They're pretty thin, and take a bit of force to press, but have a satisfying click.

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On the left, a proprietary charging cable, two of the three USB 3 ports, and Killer Double Shot internet. You can use the Ethernet port and Wi-Fi at the same time for more bandwidth.

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That GeForce GTX 1080 GPU and its 8GB of GDDR5X RAM aren't messing around. Here's how the laptop does in the Gears of War 4 benchmark.

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Razer had to totally redo the laptop's cooling system to keep that GPU cool. There's a vapor chamber (!), twin fans, lots of heatpipes and a dynamic heat exchanger.

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Here's the full-size, full depth SD card slot that Razer added, plus a USB-C / Thunderbolt 3 port for fast peripherals. It doesn't work with the Razer Core external graphics box quite yet, though you don't really need it anytime soon.

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And here's the new programmable volume roller, right above the touchpad. It's smooth.

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No more screen underneath the touchpad, or touchpad buttons, but the touchpad is definitely huge.

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The Blade Pro has the biggest battery you can carry on an airplane (99Wh) but we don't know how long it lasts yet.

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Oh, and this laptop weighs 7.8 pounds. Not necessarily all that portable, even if it's more portable than a desktop computer.

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One last look at the Razer Blade Pro.

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